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Homecoming 2018: One U

Homecoming Week provides ways for students, alumni and other U fans to celebrate the U’s rich history and traditions of the past and present.

A record-breaking freshman class

Once again, the U welcomes its largest, most diverse and most academically qualified incoming first-years.

The fine print

University of Utah engineers developed a process to 3-D-print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons.

What your can’t see can hurt you

What if you could see nasty microscopic air pollutants in your home? Engineers from the U’s School of Computing conducted a study to determine if homeowners would change the way they live if they could visualize the air quality in their house.

Election-related media requests | Academic Senate recap | NCSAM Week 3: Education and Jobs in Cybersecurity at the U | L2TReC Joins Title VI Language Resource Center Community | 2018 Triple I Initiative Team Building Grants | John R. Park Teaching Fellowships | Community Engaged Teaching and Scholarship Award | Applications for Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Education Center | Jan Miller wins Lifetime Achievement Award | Applications open for ASUU government positions | ARUP breaks ground for new building | Nominate an outstanding academic advisor
The ‘movement’ movement
Real Life Challenge: The "Movement" Movement | Burn prevention tips
Fresh choreography
Performing Dance Company brings fresh choreography to the stage

Stand out

Come to the Fall Learning Abroad Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, to explore all the Learning Abroad opportunities available to you at the U.

Showing love for education

David Eccles School of Business dedicates Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building with community celebration.